July 2nd, 2007. The July/August issue of the Spanish magazine
Calle 20 just printed a huge piece on Nerdcore and the documentary.
Click here for links, pics and a translation.
June 9th, 2007. Youtube selected another one of our videos to be a
featured clip. This time it's MC Router's music video, Buggin' Out!
Thanks to this latest feature the collective view count for all of our clips
posted on youtube has passed the ONE MILLION mark.
May 22nd, 2007. Editing is now well underway. Much to the benefit
of the film, post-production is being handled by a fantastic team of
editors from the Chicago-based Post-house, Storyboard Productions.
April 14th, 2007. Great news today. This afternoon rapper and
nerdcore superstar mc chris sat down with filmmaker Jaylyn Coffin at
The Florida Supercon to do an interview for the documentary. Later
Jaylyn was also able to get some footage of mc chris' performance in
April 10th, 2007. The May issue of Games for Windows magazine
features a really cool article about documentaries that focus on Geek
Culture including Nerdcore For Life. Click here to see a scan.
March 5th, 2007. Though Post-Production is underway we have
never really officially wrapped production. As of today, we have been
filmming Nerdcore For Life for one full year.
March 3rd, 2007. Tonight, with the aide of the Former Fat Boys we
got the chance to film MC Lars's fantastic set at Champs Rock Room in
February, 18th, 2007. MC Router and Nerdcore For Life made the
front page of the Sunday A&E section of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Star
Telegram today. You can read the web version of the piece here.
January 29th, 2007. Newsweek Magazine published a great piece
on Nerdcore in their Jan. 29th- Feb. 5th issue and the documentary
managed to get a few plugs. The web version of the story features the
NC4L trailer and a podcast that delves even deeper into the world of
"Geek rap." Check it out here.
January 7th, 2007. It’s hard to believe but today the production
marks it’s one year anniversary. We started shooting in March of last
year but on 1/7/06 Karl “Ultraklystron” Olson became the first Nerdcore
rapper to agree to appear in the film. The scope of for the documentary
has grown a great deal this year and the final film will feature 21
Nerdcore artists including last minute addition, MC Lars.
December 17th, 2006. The trailer has passed 500,000 views and the
documentary has started getting some nice press. Check out our Media
page for links. Also, footage of Nerdcore performances we shot for the
film has been posted on youtube. Just click on the "Clips" link above to
take a look.
December 15th, 2006. After being featured on Boingboing.net the
trailer received so many "views" that it became the #1 featured clip on all
of youtube. In one week the trailer has been viewed over 380,000
times. Despite this it still has been able to maintain a 4 out of 5 star
December 8th, 2006. Production of the documentary has wrapped
and to celebrate the trailer is now available to view on-line. Check it out
and be sure to leave a comment and let us know what you think. Post-
Production starts next week though there is one more major shoot
scheduled for January. A Nerdcore concert at CES in Las Vegas.
November 26th, 2006. The last two weeks have seen the final
shoots for Beefy, Fanatical, Nursehella, and Baddd Spellah. We're
down to the last 10 days of the production.
November 12, 2006. Production is nearly complete. This weekend
two highly anticipated shoots took place. One featured Gabriel of the
Nerdcore Newz and the other featured Nerdcore legend, MC Hawking.
October 29, 2006. Shooting took place in Boise, ID this weekend as
Beefy, MC router and MC Plus + took the stage at the open-source fest,
October 21, 2006. This month's issue of the Brazilian publication
"Trip Magazine" includes an article about Nerdcore and the
documentary. You can read the Portuguese version here or get a
translation on our myspace page's blog.
October, 17th, 2006. The documentary now has a myspace page of
it's own. Stop by and send us a friend request. http://www.myspace.
October 12, 2006. Filming taking place in In Lafayette, LA: A
performance last week by High-C and this week an interview with
September 29th, 2006. This past week's shoots included an
Optimus Rhyme performance in Seattle and an interview with MC
Router in Ft. Worth.
September 24, 2006. This weekend the director and AD Mike
Melone took a trip to New York City and return to Chicago with footage
of and interviews with Shael Riley, The Sucklord and The Lords of the